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Florida Motorcycle Licensing Information

As of July 1, 2008, the DMV now requires all riders take a motorcycle safety course in order to obtain their motorcycle endorsement, regardless of skill level.

Students must be at least 16 yrs old, however, all students under the age of 18, will be required to provide parent or guardian signatures on all waiver forms prior to attending the Basic RiderCourse.

Upon successfully completing the Basic RiderCourse, which consists of full attendance both days, passing a multiple choice written test and the skills evaluation, your results will be entered in the DMV system. At this point you should go to your local DMV office to have the endorsement added to your license and to be legal to ride on public roads.

In the event a student fails either the written test or skills evaluation, they will be afforded one opportunity to retake the written test and/or skills evaluation free of charge.

New motorcyclists must take and pass the Basic Rider Course through the Florida Rider Trainer Program before they can have the motorcycle endorsement added to their license, per Section 322.12(5)(a)., Florida Statutes.